Industrial processes or services such as cleaning, coating, curing, kiting, labeling, laminating, packaging, refining, smelting, sorting or treating;
Generation or co-generation of electricity, steam or heat;
Recycling of post-consumer or post-production materials or wastes;
Nonretail, in-shop refurbishment or restoration of equipment or machinery;
Maintenance service or repair work on vehicles, products, parts or devices, performed on a nonretail (e.g., contract) basis at a permanent location, facility or shop, including but not limited to warranty service contracted or paid for by the manufacturer;
Technical/customer support performed for internal purposes of the firm, or contracted or paid for bya nonretail third party such as aproducts distributor or manufacturer contracts or pays;
Standardized product testing, quality control or laboratory work, including but not limited to services provided to healthcare businesses or organizations that themselves treat patients;
Bulk clerical processing or data center operation for internal or external business services;
Development of standardized computer software products or customized products for business users;
Printing or mass document production;
General production of molds, forms, models, prototypes or similar items for other businesses that does not, in and of itself, merely fulfill an architectural, design or similarly advanced professional service;
Distribution, including shipping, storage and warehouse functions that entail deliveries generally beyond the local area/enterprise zone boundary or to recipients who are variously businesses, organizations, or households for which the delivery is not a direct consequence of a retail purchase;
Wholesaling, which may include complex transactions for single-item purchases by other businesses of large equipment involving contracts, factory-ordered specifications or other attributes distinguishing the sale from retail;
Production of agricultural, mineral, timber or other primary goods or commodities; or
Similar types of business operations.
As a matter of principle, eligibility and ineligibility are mutually exclusive under ORS 285C.135.